Adorned temples, the goddess of today is worshiped

Sultanpur The preparations for the worship of Chaitra Navratri in the houses together with the temples of the goddess were completed on Monday evening. The temples were cleaned and painted. From Tuesday there will be a service in the Devi temples and houses. At the same time, the market was busy all day on Monday. There were plenty of shoppers in the decorated worship shops in the Chowk area.
Chaitra Navratra starts on Tuesday. During Navratri, devotees flock to all temples, including the Devi temples. On Monday the Devi Temple was ready for the preparation of Navratri. Cleanliness and painting were done in all Devi temples including Dham in Sitakund in town, Maa Kali temple in Shahganj, Naina Mata temple in Rudranagar, Devi temple in Lohramau.
Devi temples were decorated for Navratri until late at night. At the same time, on Monday, the markets on Navratri were buzzing all day. In the Chowk area, there were plenty of shoppers in the worship supplies stores throughout the day. Devotees of the goddess Maa, who fasted for nine days, bought kalash, coconut and chunari in the puja material.
In addition, people also bought water chestnut flour, sago, and peanut for fasting. This time Navaratri lasts a full nine days. In the auspicious time of Tuesday, followers of Mata Rani will install the Kalash through the priest and say prayers legally.
Decorated Lohramau Bhawani Dham
Dear The old Lohramau Durga Devi Dham next to the town was cleaned and decorated from Tuesday before Navratri. The pylon gates of the temple complex were decorated on Monday. Starting Tuesday morning, followers can now see the mother by following Kovid’s guidelines.
Security and darshan were arranged in the temple grounds. The temple was closed in Chaitra Navratra last year. People worshiped by installing the urn in the houses. Arrangements were made to follow the rule of keeping physical distance along with the mask for mother’s darshan.
The fruit prices rose
The price of fruit rose just a day before the start of Chaitra Navratra. The effects of inflation are clearly visible in the early stages. The fruits that were not yet visible in the market have also appeared. Your prices go up enormously. Pomegranate is currently sold in the market at Rs 120 per kg, orange Rs 80 per kg, apple Rs 100 per kg, grapes Rs 60 per kg and banana Rs 60 per dozen. The people who kept the fast of the goddess Maa bought puja materials and fruits the day before Navratri.

Sultanpur The preparations for the worship of Chaitra Navratri in the houses together with the temples of the goddess were completed on Monday evening. The temples were cleaned and painted. Starting Tuesday, there will be a flood of prayers in Devi temples and homes. At the same time, the market was busy all day on Monday. There were plenty of shoppers in decorated worship shops in the Chowk area.

Chaitra Navratra starts on Tuesday. During Navratri, devotees flock to all temples, including the Devi temples. On Monday the Devi Temple was ready for the preparation of Navratri. Cleanliness and painting were done in all Devi temples including Dham in Sitakund in town, Maa Kali temple in Shahganj, Naina Mata temple in Rudranagar, Devi temple in Lohramau.

Devi temples were decorated for Navratri until late at night. At the same time, on Monday, the markets on Navratri were buzzing all day. In the Chowk area, there were plenty of shoppers in the worship supplies stores throughout the day. Devotees of the goddess Maa, who fasted for nine days, bought kalash, coconut and chunari in the puja material.

In addition, people also bought water chestnut flour, sago, and peanuts for fasting. This time Navaratri lasts a full nine days. In the auspicious time of Tuesday, followers of Mata Rani will install the Kalash through the priest and say prayers legally.

Decorated Lohramau Bhawani Dham

Dear The old Lohramau Durga Devi Dham next to the town was cleaned and decorated from Tuesday before Navratri. The pylon gates of the temple complex were decorated on Monday. Starting Tuesday morning, followers can now see the mother by following Kovid’s guidelines.

Security and darshan were arranged in the temple grounds. The temple was closed in Chaitra Navratra last year. People worshiped by installing the urn in the houses. Precautions were taken to observe the rule of keeping physical distance along with the mother’s darshan mask.

The fruit prices rose

The price of fruit rose just a day before the start of Chaitra Navratra. The effects of inflation are clearly visible in the early stages. The fruits that were not yet visible in the market have also appeared. Your prices go up enormously. Pomegranate is currently sold in the market at Rs 120 per kg, orange Rs 80 per kg, apple Rs 100 per kg, grapes Rs 60 per kg and banana Rs 60 per dozen. The people who kept the fast of the goddess Maa bought puja materials and fruits the day before Navratri.

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